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Golf courses have been closed for most of 2020, and now that quarantines are ending, it’s time to catch up and get back in the game. The perfect way to dedicate some time to the sport while continuing to challenge yourself is with a golf trip to TPC Danzante Bay in Loreto Mexico, one of the best golf courses in Mexico. With the perfect legendary Rees Jones design, a luxury clubhouse, on-site pro shop, and additional putting green, it’s part of one of the best Mexico golf resorts, Villa del Palmar at the Islands of Loreto, and with a variety of golf vacation packages to choose from, getting away is easier than ever.
Whether you escape here for the weekend or for a full week, let this golf trip itinerary inspire your vacation.
When you arrive and check in at Villa del Palmar Loreto, you’ll probably be anxious to get out on one of the best golf courses in Mexico, but depending on what time you land, you may want to take the first day easy. Head first to the putting green, a spot based on the legendary St. Andrews Putting Club in Scotland, and stretch your muscles a bit while taking some practice shots and reviewing your drills. You can then browse the on-site pro shop before relaxing over a dinner of fresh seafood and authentic Mexican dishes at Danzante Restaurant, the perfect way to kick off your golf trip and taste the best of Mexico golf resorts.
Start your day with a hearty breakfast at The Market, one of the other restaurants that make Villa del Palmar at the Islands of Loreto one of the best Mexico golf resorts, and then it’s time to hit the course. Architect Rees Jones took into careful consideration the sloping hills and diverse spaces of Loreto when he designed the course. Unlike other destinations where courses are cramped between resorts, TPC Danzante Bay takes advantage of the naturally rugged canyons and cliffs for a design that’s technically challenging with incredible views. After playing into the canyons that surround Loreto, you’ll head back out to the sea and the cliffs that overlook the water. Spend the rest of the day celebrating your wins and losses with a drink in your hand on the beach or by the pool before heading out for a night on the town.
There’s so much to experience in Loreto on your golf trip, and one of the most exciting tours for sportsmen is deep sea fishing. Hit the open waters to chase down big game fish, like mackerel, roosterfish, and tuna. Along the way, you’ll get to sail around the Islands of Loreto and possibly spot whales, pelicans, and sea lions. After refreshing and relaxing at your resort, head out for an afternoon round of golf, and you’ll be able to watch the sunset from the legendary 17th hole situated on the seaside cliffs. In the evening, Danzante Restaurant is the ideal spot for prime cuts, elegant Mexican wines, and a view of the sea at sunset.
After days spent on the course and out at sea, your body deserves some pampering at Sabila Spa before you return home. Several of the golf vacation packages at Villa del Palmar at the Islands of Loreto include spa services, and Sabila Spa offers both a Signature Golf Massage and a Fisherman’s Special, massage designed around certain trigger points. The Signature Golf Massage uses actual golf balls to relax contracted muscles, and the Fisherman’s Special includes aromatherapy and hot packs to soothe sore muscles. While these treatments will make you want to stay longer, they’ll show you why Villa del Palmar at the Islands of Loreto is one of the best Mexico golf resorts.
When it comes to the best golf courses in Mexico, TPC Danzante Bay rises above the rest. With an on-site pro shop, putting greens, a luxury clubhouse, and Villa del Palmar Loreto, you’ll have everything you need for the vacation of a lifetime, and the tempting golf vacation packages make it even sweeter.
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